Normandin Cheney & O'Neil


Normandin Cheney & O'Neil

Personal Injury, Estate, Real Estate,

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Donna Louise Depoian

Real Estate, Estate, Child Custody, Business

James F. Lafrance

Litigation, Workers' Compensation, Employment, Civil Rights, Estate

Jerry O'Neil

Workers' Compensation, Personal Injury, Criminal, Car Accident

Kaitlin M. O'Neil

Construction, Motor Vehicle, Medical Products & Devices, Medical Malpractice

Paul L. Normandin

Administrative Law, Reorganization, Trusts, Banking & Finance

Regina A. Nadeau

Land Use & Zoning, Real Estate, Environmental Law Other, Car Accident, Social Security

Robert A. Dietz

Banking & Finance, Estate Planning, Corporate, Wills & Probate

William D. Woodbury

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Accident & Injury, Criminal, Estate, Corporate

Bill diligently represents clients in a variety of legal areas before New Hampshire’s State and Federal Courts. He maintains an active Family Law pr... (more)

The NH lawyers of Normandin, Cheney & O’Neil have proudly served the State of New Hampshire since 1914. We are a full service law firm with experienced lawyers practicing in the areas of personal injury, business and corporate representation, estate planning and probate law, land use and real estate law, and civil and criminal trial practice law.

Our trial practice group lawyers regularly represent the firm’s clients in all types of personal injury claims, including motor vehicle and other accidents, products liability claims and medical malpractice; employment related claims, including wrongful discharge, workplace discrimination and sexual harassment; commercial and contractual disputes; real estate and land use issues; criminal matters; civil rights actions; and family law matters.

Our active administrative practice includes extensive experience handling industrial accidents, workers’ compensation claims and representing injured workers in proceedings before the New Hampshire Department of Labor.

Please contact us for an initial consultation.
    Normandin Cheney & O'Neil
    213 Union Avenue
    Laconia, NH 03247


    213 Union Avenue
    Laconia, NH 03247

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